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FOX
Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
a potential witness who may have stepped over a woman's body is made up. >> i don't think there was anybody who said there is a dead body. i haven't heard anything credible that seems to suggest that that happened. i think that is fantasy. >> reporter: he says lynne spaulding was about to be released. sources say a week passed before anyone ordered a thorough search. he said the deputies relied on medical staff for information about the patient. >> i believe what was conveyed was limited information that it wasn't great cause for alarm. >> reporter: today a spokesperson for san francisco general hospital told me they stand by everything that has been said and cooperating with all investigations and we reached out to the family and we will have more tonight at 10:00 p.m. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we want to know about stories in your neighborhood. send us your ideas. >>> an emotional plea from the family of a 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy. andy lopez's parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit. ktvu's allie rasmus was there as the family talked about their
FOX
Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
gown. >> they don't seem to know who their patient was and they don't seem to have done much to find her. >> the the attorney for the spalding family said they were disturbed that the position said they were going to discharge her, but described her as confused and not safe to be on her own. >> to say that she was not at risk in one sentence and then to say she was confused and shouldn't be by herself in another sentence. that to me it is extraordinary and the big indifference. >> reporter: it took nine days before they requested deputies to search the entire 24-acre campus. >> but staff, they were directed to search them, only about half of the stairwells were searched. >> they learned that the police department's missing unit met with staff on october 1. concerned that spalding may have never left that site. three days later they called deputies with a report of someone laying in the third to fourth floor landing. >> the communications center staff, they responded. we'll take care of it. and that there is no indication that anyone was dispatched to that stairwell. >> i'm not sure t
FOX
Nov 27, 2013 6:00pm PST
from out of town so they don't know. >> at least three protestors were cited and released. >>> and police are looking for who shot up two homes and a parked car this morning. the shooting happened at about 11:15 on hamilton avenue. several adults and children were inside, but nobody was hurt. police have no word on a motive for the shooting. >>> sasha fleishman is back at home tonight. the 18-year-old smiled but didn't talk to media as he was brought home today. once inside, the family took this picture. they say sasha is tired emotion leal and physically and -- emotionally and physically and it will take months to recover. you'll recall sasha's skirt was set on fire while riding on an ac transit bus november 4th. the timing of the home coming for thanksgiving is perfect. >> it's really -- it's a wonderful, wonderful treat expect i have to start cooking again. >> they say sasha will speak publicly about the attack in the coming days. >>> 16-year-old richard thomas has been charged as an adult in the case but his attorney filed a motion to move the case to juvenile court. t
FOX
Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm PST
is the school director. two years ago just came out as gender queer to my parents. i don't identify as male or female. >> fun to talk to, a wonderful member of our community. >> reporter: we tried to repeatedly to reach the family but have been unsuccessful. thomas has no bail and will be back in court on tuesday. live in oakland, channel 2 news. >>> a mother from sunnyvale is reportedly on her way on arizona to reunite with her newborn son found with his father. mexican authorities arrested the father, 22-year-old gular after discovering there was a warrant out for his arrest. they have since transferred him into u.s. custody. the amber alert was issued on tuesday when he took his 2-year-old baby named henry to run some errands and refused the bring the baby back. >>> 2 investigates the criminal activity popping up on san jose streets even as the department is shoveling resources so it can keep fighting crime. we've been talking about the changes. robert handa heard more today. drugs and prosecution are never investigated. >>> we are in an area of san jose plagued with prosecution and cuts
FOX
Nov 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
people -- instead, many other people say they don't have a choice. bart is as in evil. live tonight in oakland -- bart is a necessary evil. channel 2 news. >>> and our morning news team kept commuters up-to-date on twitter and facebook. make sure you're following ktvu channel 2 to get the very latest. >>> sciu shed some light on how it plans to proceed after the recent contract dispute. bart board members voted yesterday to accept the contract without the section granting six weeks paid family leave. today, the bart union said, quote, it chose to severt the collecting bargaining process. a representative says they're considering the options and going to court is one of them. >> that's why we're talking to our legal team about, doing some research. this has never happened before so this is all brand-new ground. >> reporter: union leaders say workers will stay on the job working under the old contract until a decision is made. >>> continuing coverage now, a 4th student was suspended today for his alleged involvement in a hate crime on the san jose state university campus. three others
FOX
Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
they don't want to hire a report because they don't have faith they'll be taken seriously. live tonight, alex savage, ktvu chan 2 news. >>> and more details, the 2013 survey found 1,600 homeless people living in the city, 3,500 are classified as unsheltered because they sleep outside while 2,800 sleep in shelters or stay in transitional housing. >>> and we're hearing from the first time of the berkeley high school student who was set on fire. we just spoke with the mother and father of sasha fleishman. >> they say their son is resilient and they'll get over what happened to their son. they told me when sas saw the pictures, there was a big smile. sasha was set on fire. prosecutors are charging 16-year-old richard thomas as an adult with a hate crime enhancement alleging they're motivated by the sexual identity. he was wearing a skirt who he was set on fire. sasha identifies as no gender. >> we have no problem with them wearing a skirt. at first i was nervous about it because i was a afraid of something like this happening and for a year and a half, it's been fine and for something like
FOX
Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm PST
don't have to be bullied. >> reporter: the health center is one example. >> breaks my heart to have to see students be effected. >> reporter: and she the one who runs it. >> we support all of our students. and making other students aware. need time. you know, a lot of changes. personally for that individual. and for the individuals surrounded by the student. >> reporter: all four students were not in class today. authorities say they were on campus being interviewed. all four could be suspected even -- suspended even expelled. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and 15 minutes ago the mother of one of the kids involved in the fight contacted us. she told us her daughter is not a bully and was only protecting her friends. >>> hundreds of workers at oakland airport issued a strike notice if the holiday sees -- notice if the holiday -- notice for the holiday season. they plan to walk off the job during the thanksgiving, christmas travel season. they have been in negotiations for the past year. the major sticking points is wages and health benefits. >>> lockheed martin is cutting 200 j
FOX
Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm PST
-year-old boy who spent most of his life battling leukemia. a full day of crime fighting for miles who donned a cape and mask sxad superhero by his side. it was a full day in san francisco. he started when he rushed out of the ground hyatt hotel in union scare in a bat mobile and headed on over to a cable car line to rescue a damsel in distress. he also stopped the riddler from robbing a bank then ran over to at&t park to rescue the giants mascot who had been kidnapped by the peng bin. he was given a key to the city at city hall and a huge thank you for saving the city. ktvu's rob ross is live now in san francisco where the boy's story of hope brought a city together. rob. >> well, julie, the nooif-year-old said he always wanted to be a superhero and to many in san francisco today, that's exactly what he is. it was right out of a five-year-old's dream. miles, a little boy surviving cancer wanted to be like his hero batman, and transformed into batkid and went off to fight crime. in the morning, he save adam sell stuck on the cable car line, then stopped the riddler from robbing a bank. then r
FOX
Nov 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
officer. we don't have a number but we know members paid for their own trip and covered the costs. >>> a burglary suspect is under arrest after a five hour stand off. officers responded to reports of suspicious activity just before 9:00 a.m. this morning. news chopper 2 was over head as police and s.w.a.t converged on the home. the burglary suspect came out of the home after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon and was taken into custody. >>> in san jose police have arrested three people on suspicion of carjacking, kidnapping and robbery. police say they were arrested in connection with an incident last month where they carjacked and kidnapped a delivery man while operating a prostitution ring. police also say the three robbed a bank. >>> authorities on the peninsula lifted health advisories today in the wake of a massive fire. it started yesterday afternoon in redwood city. people were asked to keep their windows closed and stay indoors. >> felt like it was a fire that inundated the area. you couldn't escape it. we tried to go inside and the smell was bad. >> the highest reading yesterday wa
FOX
Nov 13, 2013 6:00pm PST
is what state and federal health officials don't want people to do. the health exchange is supposed to help the uninsured sign up for coverage. she called to sign up but didn't follow through. >> it's a hassle. >> reporter: the covered california website went live on october 1st. in the first month, 30,000 californians enrolled. >> the biggest thing is how quickly the numbers were growing in the first 12 days of november as many people signed up as signed up in october. >> reporter: with 6 million californians uninsured, there's still a long way to go. today the director of covered california acknowledged that. >> we're starting health care new for america. everyone's not going to be in on day one. >> reporter: the director of cover california said his goal was to have 500-700,000 people enrolled by the end of march. with a few months to go, there's still a lot of ground to cover. >> join the conservation on our facebook page. viewers are telling us about their experiences trying to sign up for a health care plan and the cost. just look for ktvu channel 2 on facebook. >>> lawmakers
FOX
Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
leadingtous who it could be. but we don't know. >> reporter: the contra costa county sheriff's department is investigating. they have not made any arrest. in the meantime, the boys and girls club is offering a $1,000 award for information leading to the return of that safe. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the city attorney in san francisco says he will aggressively defend the city's new gun law against an nra lawsuit filed today. the national rifle association is suing the city over the banning of rounds that fire more rounds. they are entitle today enact reasonable gun regulations. san francisco has been one of the nra's top targets for years and i'm proud of the success we have made to protect our sensible gun safety laws. a controversial gun measure has gotten final approval in pleasant hill. the council voted 3/2 to pass new restrictions on gun dealers. new gun shops cannot be located within 150 feet of homes, within 500 feet of a park or adult entertainment site or 5,000 feet of a school or day care center. the rules go into effect in 30 days. >>> dozens of people are demandin
FOX
Nov 20, 2013 6:00pm PST
dangerous driving conditions. >> i ride further back from the cars. don't cut lanes. and put on extra gear. >> reporter: this is a picture showing the driving conditions at highway 101. drivers slowing down to plow through water. the driving conditions today were less than ideal. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2  news. >> and ktvu crews are sharing their weather stories on twitter. david stevenson tweeted this photo in san francisco. robert handa shared this picture of the rain on highway 101 near mountain view. you can always follow ktvu on twitter for the latest on the wet weather. and ktvu tracks the condition 24 hours a day. follow us on facebook for the latest. >>> a school bus in san francisco had to be pulled out of wet cement this afternoon. a tow truck was called about 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. for some reason the driver drove into the wet cement. it was a department of public works construction sites and they said they had all the signs out but no one was hurt. >>> a south bay man is detained in north korea with no explanation for why. this is the 85-year-old. we were told he was o
FOX
Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm PST
haven't confirmed that as of yet. we also don't know if there were any injuries or what started this case. breaking news here, from oakland. a police chase ends in a crash at 82nd and bancroft. >>> good evening everyone i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. >>> we first showed you the video of a vicious batting of a homeless man. we just learned that police have opened an investigation into the attack. >> and the video is now prompting police to look at the case. >> reporter: well, san francisco police told us today that if they hadn 't seen the video they wouldn't have known a crime had been committed here. this video obtained by ktvu shows one man appearing to stomp viciously on the head of a person sleeping on the street. >> right, i learned first of it when i saw the videos. >> reporter: when the police chief saw our report last friday he learned there was no official police report of the incident. officers were seen on camera checking up on the victim who was able to walk away. >> we started again in earnest. our detectives started working it back ward because we d
FOX
Nov 29, 2013 6:00pm PST
is playing as well. we'll be here covering it and if you're not able to make it here in time, don't worry. tune into the bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36 for a spectacular light show. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2news, live from the square. . >>> we have new details tonight about what led up to a deadly police shooting in the south bay that began with a multiple stabbing at a san jose apartment complex. three stabbing victims left a trail of blood yesterday, as they escaped out of a second story window, making their way to the ground. a neighbor who did not want to be identified said they came to him for help. >> they climbed out and they came knocking on my door. they said, please, call the police. call the ambulance. please, we're really scared. we're bleeding a lot. >> the attacker then car jack add van and led police on a sha's that ended on kirk glenn drive. investigators say when the man tried to ram a police officer, that officer shot him. today, police identified the officer as 37-year-old kevin peters, a 12-year veteran. the attacker's identity has not been released. the stabbing
FOX
Nov 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> i don't think any one of us can ever truly put into perspective what those members faced that evening. >> reporter: the firefighters who received letters face suspensions ranging from four to 30 days although they have the options of disputing those letters. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, channel 2 news. >>> and more details now it could be months before any firefighter is formally suspended. the next step is a hearing where evidence is presented to a deputy chief of administration. then the deputy chief presents his or her recommendation to fire chief joanne hayes white. the chief then makes a decision which firefighters can appeal to the fire commission. however any suspension more than 10 days long automatically goes before the commission. the commission makes the final decision and the department must abide by it. >>> happening now. students and coworkers are gathering at john f. kennedy high school in fremont to remember a much loved teacher and coach. news chopper 2 is over head. a lot of people have already showed up here. it's all for john web.
FOX
Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm PDT
hearings show 95% approval. >> if i don't smoke, then i don't feel like i should smell other people's smoke. i think it's important to give the voters a voice and let them decide. >> reporter: the council followed the rules. >> if you want to legislate at the ballot box, i don't think that's very functional government. that's not the form of government we pride ourselves in. >> reporter: at next tuesday's council meeting he'll ask for a suspension of the smoking ordinance until, as he puts it, the people have a say. in walnut creek, john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details on smoking bans. several bay area cities have no smoking ordinances, but just a few have bans as strict as walnut creek. they include alameda, richmond, bellmont. marin county restricts it in multiunit housing. >>> we should know later whether members of bart's two largest unions approved agreement that ended the strike last week. members are voting today on the proposed four year agreement. if the union members approve the new contract, it must go to the bart board of directors later this month for approval. th
FOX
Nov 25, 2013 6:00pm PST
. a neighbor snapped this picture showing a stroller behind the truck. >> i don't know what was going on with the driver. focus on what is going on around you. >> reporter: some neighbors say the lack of a signal puts motorists and pedestrians in the same space. >> what i -- when i turned she started coming across and she had a little baby with her. but, i mean, nothing happened there except it scared me. >> reporter: she embraced one of the girls who accompanied her children and pushed one of them out of harm's way. a family thankful for one life saved while morning a life taken too soon. >> we will all miss him. >> reporter: this is the 37th deadly traffic accident in san jose this year. 22 of those have involved pedestrians. in san jose, noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the president of san jose state university said the school failed to intervene in the torminute of -- torment of a black student by four white roommates. the black student union organized a march today in support of the victim. that victim says for weeks he was tormented by his four white roommates. san jose
FOX
Nov 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
of the year because they don't meet requirements of the affordable care act. >> if i thought delaying it we could solve the problems i would delay it but it will make a bad situation worse. >> 900,000 californians with individual policies are effected. insurance companies oppose extending it. california's commissioner said it would not have hurt the exchange. >> presenting consumers from renewing their contracts is a disservice to the consumers and breaks the promise they were given. >> 8 other states have also decided to cancel policies that don't meet the requirements. today covered california released new numbers. 30,000 people enrolled for policies. 56% were 45 to 64 years old. 23% were 18-34. they are taking steps to help people who may lose their policies. they created a phone hot leap thatopeps -- line that opens monday. >>> the president visit is creating a buzz because of changes he made. president obama a list of appearances set for his visit to san francisco next monday but this time around his poll numbers are at a all time low. ktvu's david stevenson looked at why the president
FOX
Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
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FOX
Nov 28, 2013 6:00pm PST
30s. low 40s. not much difference. cloud cover makes the temperatures flat. you can see, you don't see a lot of range. tomorrow morning like this morning. tomorrow afternoon like today. tonight is beautiful. as you know. nice conditions. clouds in the area. beautiful night. san francisco. warm tomorrow. like today. clouds. hazy sunshine for the most part. greens are 60s. clouds bring in flat temperatures. 60s from the coast to sacramento. some upper 60s. numbers outside in the low 50s. they will drop off into the next few hours. the models suggesting clear skies tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. fog comes back to the coast tomorrow night. that changes ocean beach. cliff house. look for the fog. saturday morning, more fog and saturday afternoon. sunday looks good too. next couple days, saturday and sunday will be incredible. we need rain. nice to get rain but we are not going to get any. mid-60s tomorrow. highs. san jose 66. 67 morgan hill. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. just like that. perfect. nice. breezy on sunday. tuesday and wednesday clouds come in. and w
FOX
Nov 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
.a.r.t. management going back said it is too soon to talk strike. >> we don't want to talk about that. we are still figuring out how to gret it approved -- how to get it approved. >> reporter: he says he is aton,ed b.a.r.t. would claim this probation was -- astonished b.a.r.t. would claim this provision was included. the union showed us the six week family medical leave provision. today union and b.a.r.t. attorneys met to figure out what it could cost. it is unclear how b.a.r.t. management could have signed the deal without knowing about the provision. >> it is not cool to not read the contract for one thing. but, again, if there is something really bad in it it should be renegotiated. >> reporter: for now the union will take its time to work through this dispute. there is no indication the trains will stop running. >> i learned not to worry till it happened. if it does that will get a lot of people upset. including myself. >> the union said it wasn't negotiating today because it feels like it already has a deal in hand. the b.a.r.t. board is expected to vote thursday night on whether to ratify th
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